Places of interest

Wolverhampton Art Gallery
An award winning hands-on art gallery offering fantastic collection of Contemporary Art and sumptuous displays of Victorian and Georgian paintings. Workshops and events take place at the gallery throughout the year. The gallery has an excellent Cafe and Gift Shop too.
Bilston Craft Gallery
The newly refurbished Gallery hosts an exciting programme of contemporary craft exhibitions with workshops and events. Craftplay, the new gallery and activity room for pre-school children encourages exploration and creativity in the very young. During the summer months the Sculpture Gardens are a popular feature at Bilston. There is also the opportunity to purchase some of the works on display. In October the gallery's new permanent exhibition, Craftsense, opens.
Wightwick Manor
Once the home of the Mander family, offers visitors a fascinating insight into a house influenced by William Morris and his contemporaries.
Cosford Air Museum
Set in scenic Shropshire, Royal Air Force Museum Cosford has one of the largest aviation collections in the UK, with over 60 historic aircraft.
Birmingham was once known only for its heavy industrialism and countless examples of concrete architecture, including the infamous Bullring shopping centre as well as the dilapidated Digbeth coach station, but thankfully not any more. Birmingham has firmly re-established itself as England’s second city and has flourished to be a modern, buzzing cosmopolitan centre. With vibrant nightlife, fantastic hotels, great shopping and unique tourist attractions, Birmingham is definitely the heart of England.

Capital of The Black Country, although Dudley still has an important manufacturing base, today it is well known for its historic castle and zoo, its nationally known open air museum and shopping centre, real ales, and numerous tourist and leisure attractions. The industrial and social history of the area can be experienced at the Black Country Living Museum, which recreates a village, chapel, factories, coal mine and canals as they were in byegone days.


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